Various Native American pottery wares are attested at PG64, ranging in date from 800BCE to 1750CE, which suggests long-term presence in the area until the native population radically declined. In addition, possible examples of Colonoware have been identified at the site. The introductory video below gives a summary of some of these wares, along with their defining characteristics. Additional information can be found in the document links and images associated with particular wares in the list below.

Chronological framework

Paleo-Indian: 15000-8000 BCE

Archaic: 8000-1200 BCE

Early Woodland: 1200-500 BCE

Middle Woodland: 500 BCE-900 CE

Late Woodland: 900-1600 CE

Contact period: 1585-1609 CE

List of relevant wares, arranged chronologically: